BBC Equity TV Agreement 6 Jun 2016.pdfEquity Audio Agreement 2017-18Voice Conseil Card.pdfWalk-on Rate Card 2017 .pdfequity audio agreement 2017 18 final.pdfITV Main &Walk-On Agreement Jan 2017 2016 – .pdfTAC Equity Walk-on Agreement 1st January 2018 WELSH.pdfTAC Equity Walk-on Agreement 2018 ENGLISH.pdf We can then try to extend the equity agreement with NFTV School to all other film schools. Do not break our agreement with them because of your own political agenda. Does anyone know what the rate of actions is on a daily and/or weekly basis for actors working on a student film, please? >>>I disagree, the vast majority are not film schools, they are a media course or a printing course, and I have no mercy on them if they don`t have a budget, they have budgets to pay all the other qualified professionals who come into contact with their students, including tutors and cleaners. Most don`t even teach students how to budget. As for the quality product, I don`t agree that they produce quality products (with the exception of dedicated film schools) >>>>> equity agreements are only concluded with these official film schools, so they are nowhere else. The new guide contains some form of commitment (contract) for use with student filmmakers as well as information on issues to consider, cancellations, and work schedules. Download your copy or call Equity on 020 7670 0248. For example; The other day, an actor came for one of my films and did a 5-hour shoot. His train ticket cost £25 and his lunch cost £5, with £30, which I paid for. Equity`s policy towards film schools towards NMW must wait until the « charitable problem » is resolved. What will happen then? Do we let go of his talent? Don`t we support new generations of filmmakers? Or should we take our own stance, use our common sense, and receive a reward in some way? Perhaps Equity could find intermediaries and enter into agreements with universities and non-film schools that offer film courses? For example, The University of the West is always for the actors, maybe Equity could make a deal with them? It`s just not extraordinary to think that actors will only work with these six film schools.
There must be a compromise that protects everyone and allows actors to work, to gain experience while being protected by equity. There must be ways to move forward and new ways to do it since Alan has shown work in his area. In Bradford, however, they pay £100 per day of filming and rehearsal….